Activities include camping; hiking; picnicking; equestrian; bird and wildlife watching from the interpretive center windows, as they come to the watering stations; and sand surfing. Texas Camel Treks are held at the park.

This is a great trail to get you acquainted with the area. The best bit is going into the dunes afterwards and hiking out in a loop. Plan to walk at least a mile to get a real "dunes" experience. I've started coming here at least once a year. Definitely well worth it!

Took our kids in early February! We had a nice afternoon and they had lots of fun on the dunes !

It's no White Sands NM, but it's got some good dune camping and strolling. Air Quality is not great due to all the oil industry around. Was woken up several times at night due to oil fume smells.

It's an informative and pretty walk in a desert garden not much else but nice

A nice stretch of the legs after being on the highway for quite a while.

Saturday, December 26, 2015

It is ok, just to get out of the house and enjoy a nice family afternoon in the park. The walk itself is nothing more that just a few steps around. The park is worth visiting and sliding down the dunes.

Our kids really enjoyed sand surfing in the sandhills! Even a piece of cardboard will work.

The park is not very large, but the work out you get from the sand dunes makes you feel like you have walked much further! It was very nice and clean. Overall, it was nice. Once you get to trails, you can go for many miles within the park area over the sand dunes.

trail running
Sunday, December 04, 2016

scenic driving
Friday, August 23, 2013